Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 18, 1973 · Page 21
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 21

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 18, 1973
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Qalesburg Register -Mail, Galesbupg, 111. Msndav, JMMJII...1 .9.^ -21. Warren FFA Chapter Earns Top State Recognition at Convention MONMOUTH - The Warren Chapter, Future farmers of America, last week waa awarded the Illinois Bankers' Plaque during special ceremonies at the Illinois FFA convention at the University of Illinois, Champaign. The award recognizes the Warren County ohaipter the top ohaipter in the state, based on the program activities conducted during the past year. Warren was selected to receive the award from among the 13 state Gold Emblem chapters. The Gold Emblem is the highest chapter honor presented by the Illinois FFA Association and it is held by only 3 per cent of the 430 chapters in the state. The Gold Emblem chapters will represent! Illinois at national FFA competition at Kansas City In October. , The WlVfo officers of the Warren FFA responsible for the chapter's award-winning program were Jeff Earp, president; Herb Burns, first vice president; Gary Gavin, second Vice president; Ed Giilen, secretary; Gary Lee, 'treasurer; Mike Larson, reporter; (Marshall Randolph, sentinel; Tim Gavin, crop manager; Dean Stewart, livestock manager, and William B. Schreck, adviser. Larson was presented the Star Agribusiness Award at the state convention by Gov. Daniel Walker. The award is (he highest Individual award presented by the state association. It is based on the supervised agriculture experience program conducted in connection with the Vocational Agriculture class. Larson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Larson, near Monmouth. He began competition for the award last February at the Section 4 FFA Foundation Contest and from there ad- MONMOUTH Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For News •112 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4721 For Missed Copies Before 6 P. M. Phone 734-4121 MONMOUTH Community Memorial Hospital Angela Davis Leads Rally Angela Davis, right, leads a rally Sunday in support of Ben Chavis, left, who will go on trial today on charges of being an accessory after the fact of murder. With them is Chavis' daughter Michell. After the rally, police were on alert because of opposing demonstrations. UNIFAX Police Are Seeking Irish Protestant Guerrilla Group Storm Causes Considerable Damage in Monmouth Area MONMOUTH - A storm that swept through most of northern Illinois early Saturday evening caused considerable damage in the Monmouth area. Felled trees crushed a pick- BELFAST (UPI) - Police appealed to the public today to help smash the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF), a new Protestant guerrilla group which said it killed two Roman Catholics in the past two days. British intelligence sources said a reinforced group of army agents has been ordered to try to infiltrate the group and capture its estimated 20 members. The killings raised the death toll in almost four years of strife among Northern Ireland's majority Protestants, minority Catholics and British forces to 827. British army explosives ex perts meanwhile safely detonat- the district escaped without some damage., Perkins said there were 15 men working in the Monmouth area alone to repair the damage and that work was not completed until about midnight Sunday night. "And we ed one of the biggest bombs up camper, car and power ever found in Ulster, 800 pounds transformer and eliminated still have a lot to do as some of explosives packed into two travel on several streets in of the repairs were done on a milk churns, four gas contain- Monmouth for a while. Parts temporary basis," he said, ers and an oxyacetylene cylin- oi tne roofs at tne Gibson store Kenneth Rule, superintend- der, a British spokesman said. a * nor ^ 1 ®dge of town and ent of the Monmouth Street t>' a ^«ii;«« „ Ai' B the new car wasn on Nortn Department, reported today nnSSj ^iJKIf ^^-J lith 'St. were blown away, that although there were fallen covered the bomb partly hidden ^ areas were without ]imbs damage all under a road culvert near the ^ er ^ M]m ^ were over town> only six ^ reets village of Cullyhanna close to blamed for two auto accidents, were blocked by fallen trees. ttZ Sff pifS CHARLES PERKINS, as- He said the major property the Irish Republic £ . £tant manager ^ ^ In telephone calls to Belfast p ower Co., said today crews newspapers the UFF said its had to be called in from Kemen shot Daniel Rouse,. 17, and wan ee, Champaign and Jack- James Kelly, 25, to death in SO nville to help their regular reprisal for the killing by two employes and contract crew masked gunmen Friday of restore power. 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UZAR SCOTT CO. 7905 '/2 Blackburn Us Angeles, Calif. 90048 damage resulted from the trees that fell on the pickup camper which was parked rear the Monmouth High School, a car in the 100 block" of North G St., and the bus garage on Euclid Avenue. MONMOUTH firefighters made five calls in connection with the storm damage. They assisted at corner of Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. where trees crashed through and broke power lines; at the corner of Seventh Ave. and First St. where a transformer caught on fire. • Firemen also answered calls at the Giant Food Store on E. Broadway where a compressor burned out in an ice machine due to low voltage, and at the Gibson Store where they checked for gas leaks after wind tore away part of the roof of the building. Larry E. Johnson, 18, and a passenger in his car, Kevin L. Dix, 14, both of Avon, received minor injuries Saturday at 8:15 p.m. when the Johnson car struck a tree downed by the storm. Johnson and Dix reportedly did not seek treatment for their injuries. Johnson was driving his car east on 111. 116 about three miles east of Roseville and told police it was raining so hard he did not see the tree on the roadway until his car struck it. THERE WAS major damage to the car. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jones of Alexis were injured Saturday at 9 p.m. when their car hit a tree on the Alexis blacktop about four miles south of Alexis. Mrs. Dorothy L. Jones, 38, was admitted to the Galesburg Cottage Hospital for treatment of several facial cuts; she is in satisfactory condition. Robert L. Jones, 31, was treated at that hospital for severe cuts on his hand and released. Jones was driving north in a rainstorm when his car struck the tree. Admissions Friday: Miss Billie J. Spearman, Mrs. William E. Gillen, Miss Marilyn E. Strange, Robert Munson, Miss Renita Bailey, Monmouth; Danny Spence, Little York; Raymond Renard, Biggsviile; Donald Zielke, Alexis; Kenneth Finley, Seaton. Dismissals Friday: Wilbur Smith, Roseville; Mrs. James Orth, Seaton; Mrs. Owen Gaede and baby, Danny Spence, Little York; Robbie Hiett, Monmouth; Mrs; Grant J. Dunhaim and baby, Macomb. Admissions Saturday: Miss Ellen Moore, Mrs. Theodore Montgomery, Monmouth; Harold E. Dickason, Gerlaw. Dismissals Saturday: Francis J. Brennian, Mrs. Patricia Stotler," Donald Noel, Henry Collins, C. Oscar Nelson, Mrs. Dell Logsdon, Mrs. Raymond •Hays, Miss Maureen Clancy, Howard Crain, Gerald Marlow, Miss Billy J. Spearman, Monmouth; Harrison Romine, Rosisville. Births Saturday: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fillman, Monmouth. vanced to District 1 and the state foundation contests. The Agribusiness Award Is open to all students involved in a program other than production agriculture. Larson's program consisted of on-farm placement through which he worked on the Robert Gavin farm and also participated in occupation training program as produce clerk at a Kroger store. His leadership activities irv elude his office with the Warren chapter, start© FFA degree recipient, Illinois State Foundation award winner in sales and service, candidacy for Section 4 president, American Heritage tour scholarship winner, state convention delegate, farm plot director, and delegate to the American Institute of Cooperatives. Center Open MONMOUTH — Jamieson Community Center will be open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings this summer, according to Rev. David Preininger, executive director. He said a program of basketball, softball, ping - pong, pool, badminton,, volleyball, kickball, and other activities wi '4 be operated from 7-9:30 p.m. 1|J|||iiiiiil|| Receives Award Michael Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Larson,,near Monmouth, receives the Illinois FFA Association's highest individual award from Gov. Daniel Walker, right, .last week in Champaign. At left is Larson's FFA adviser and vocational agriculture instructor, William Schreck. 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